Vanishing Point

“My trajectory around the country, if mapped with red string and pushpins, would be the bloodlines of Big Pharma. No need to set up the map to find the criminal. We knew drugs were cheaper in Canada, why people risked buying medication in dingy Mexican drugstores.”

Read story at Flock (also available in print Issue #21)

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Carve, “Decline/Accept: Vanishing Point” (essay), Spring 2019 print issue

Australian Short Story Festival, “Emerging writers: coast to coast” panel, October 2018

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